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Five additional hydrogen stations proposed for California

10 November 2017

The California Energy Commission has issued a “Revised Notice of Proposed Awards” that recommends five additional hydrogen fueling stations previously recommended for funding by Energy Commission staff. The newly awarded stations are:

  • Beverly Hills (FirstElement Fuel)
  • Studio City (FirstElement Fuel)
  • San Jose (Shell)
  • Redwood City (FirstElement Fuel)
  • Mission Hills (FirstElement Fuel)

The Energy Commission’s commissioners must approve the awards at an upcoming meeting before they are considered “awarded.” With this addition, California has a total of 66 retail hydrogen stations open, in development, and proposed.

November 10, 2017 in Brief | Permalink | Comments (1)


A hand to California for going ahead with expanded H2 station network.

New REs should be installed to supply enough energy for 100++ H2 plants.

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